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Dubbo ball will help make a difference to children in Uganda | Photos

A Nyngan volunteer run charity are forever grateful to a Dubbo law firm for donating $3500 to their cause in helping children in Uganda.

Dubbo ball will help make a difference to children in Uganda | Photos

  • Jack Carter, Tim Allen, Luke Moody and Dean Spicer.

  • Katie Moody, Margot Downing, Jessica Perry and Sheila Point.

    Katie Moody, Margot Downing, Jessica Perry and Sheila Point.

  • Anna Carter and Grace Brennan.

    Anna Carter and Grace Brennan.

  • Mansi Patel and Carolina Gonzalez.

    Mansi Patel and Carolina Gonzalez.

  • Marie Klante, Troy Stephens and Angela Lewis.

    Marie Klante, Troy Stephens and Angela Lewis.

  • Emily and James Stanton.

    Emily and James Stanton.

  • Brian and Jessica Perry.

    Brian and Jessica Perry.

  • Brooke Lees, Wendy Burt, Kelsie Thompson and Erin Aveyard.

    Brooke Lees, Wendy Burt, Kelsie Thompson and Erin Aveyard.

  • Imogen Wardman and Tayla Martin.

    Imogen Wardman and Tayla Martin.

  • Brooke Lees, Belinda Plunket, Lachlan Cusack and Jan Marshall.

    Brooke Lees, Belinda Plunket, Lachlan Cusack and Jan Marshall.

  • Brie Hearnded and Romy Howell.

    Brie Hearnded and Romy Howell.

  • Luke Moody and Stephanie Summers.

    Luke Moody and Stephanie Summers.

  • Katie Atherton and Fiona Williamson.

    Katie Atherton and Fiona Williamson.

  • Glad Eldridge.

    Glad Eldridge.

  • Grace Carter and Cherry Langley.

    Grace Carter and Cherry Langley.

  • Jameil and Lachlan Wallis.

    Jameil and Lachlan Wallis.

  • Jimmy Wells-Budd, Brett Moody, Colin and Shelia Pont, Brian Perry, Tom Elder, Margot Downing, Jessica Perry, (behind) Grace Ryan and Katie Moody.

    Jimmy Wells-Budd, Brett Moody, Colin and Shelia Pont, Brian Perry, Tom Elder, Margot Downing, Jessica Perry, (behind) Grace Ryan and Katie Moody.

Earlier this month Dubbo solicitor group Austen Brown and Boog raised $3500 at their annual charity will day to Life Charity Focus.

One of the LCFs major fundraiser events is a charity ball held at Nyngan.

Due to its growing popularity and sponsor parents hailing from Dubbo, the committee decided to hold the charity ball at the Dubbo Turf Club in October.

The recent LCF ball held earlier this year at Nyngan raised $39,500 with 250 people in attendance.

The money raised went towards more classrooms at the private school, plus boarding houses, a kitchen and many more projects.

LCF ball organiser Dione Carter said she hopes the Dubbo fundraiser can get similar, if not more people in attendance.

Proceeds from the Dubbo charity ball will help finish building at the school.

About 100 children in Uganda are sponsored through LCF and there are approximately 35 sponsor parents throughout the Nyngan and Dubbo community.

The are 510 children at the school in Uganda, Ms Carter said.

This story Dubbo ball will help make a difference to children in Uganda | Photos first appeared on Western Magazine.

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